Do Rangers have an ace in their stable?

Texas' starting rotation currently long on talent and relatively short on experience

Originally Published: February 27, 2012
By Jerry Crasnick | ESPN.com

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The prototypical Major League Baseball ace is consistent, reliable and capable of giving his team a lift every time he takes the mound. He either has overpowering stuff, à la Justin Verlander and Felix Hernandez, or the intensity, focus and command to take very good stuff to another level. That means you, Roy Halladay.

The Texas Rangers have two pitchers who fit the description. Unfortunately, club president Nolan Ryan is 65 years old and special assistant Greg ...

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